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Which team will win the 2019 edition of the PSL?
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1. Which Glamorgan batsman made his one and only appearance against the Rest of the World in 1970?

2. Which St Kitts born seamer took 4-42 on his one and only Test appearance for England?

3. Which international umpire played one Test for England against India in 1986?

4. Which Scottish all-rounder played his sole Test on England's 1999 tour to South Africa?

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10. Which Australia, Northants and Surrey quick bowler won his only Test cap against England in 1998?

11. Which player, who shares a name with a former England footballer, won his only cap against Australia in 1981?

12. Whose short Test career is best remembered for Graham Thorpe dropping a catch off his bowling?

13. Which Durham left-armer played one Tet in England's 1996 series against Pakistan?

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15. Which St Vincent born semer played for England against India in 1990?

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17. Which New Zealander scored 107 and 56 in his only Test appearance?

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